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Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org drones complete test flights over the UK. Facebook drones tested in UK airspace Web giant lose a Court of Appeal bid to prevent Safari users from suing them. Google faces lawsuit from Safari users US users can get unlimited storage for $60 a year. Amazon adds unlimited storage to Cloud Drive Company pays the penalty for failing to spot accounts on the US sanctions list. PayPal fined $7.7m by the US government The social network is also adding support for 360-degree videos on its native video player. Facebook announces embeddable video player Developers will be able to add their own features to Facebook's Messenger app. Facebook opens Messenger to developers Google said to be adding a bill-paying service called Pony Express to Gmail. You could soon be paying bills via Gmail New video service is accepting sign-ups from everyone on its homepage. YouTube rival Vessel now available to all Tina Huang accuses the social network of overlooking women for promotion. Twitter sued for gender discrimination Universal Music is reportedly using licence negotiations to change the way 'freemium' works. Spotify under pressure to limit free users? The first tweet was sent by co-founder Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006. Twitter celebrates its 9th birthday Messenger users in the US will be first to receive the option in the coming months. Facebook adds money sending feature The company is yet to decide on a new name but Project Spartan will replace the browser. Microsoft scrapping Internet Explorer name Spotify rival is using Twitter Cards to promote itself on the social network. Rhapsody brings 30m free songs to Twitter Scheme makes it easier for musicians to connect with fans and provides promotional programmes. YouTube wants to help aspiring singers Service will reportedly let users watch unlimited ad-free videos for a monthly fee. Is YouTube launching a Netflix rival? Users can customise their own luxury accessories in sliver and gold. Argos selling 3D-printed jewellery online Community Standards offer clearer guidelines on real names, harassment and more. Facebook updates nudity, real name rules The Nymi Band measures a user's unique cardiac rhythm to gain access to online banking. Halifax tests online banking heartbeat sensor The microblogging site has owned Periscope since January. Twitter confirms purchase of Periscope Google-owned video service to add 360-degree clips in "the next few days". YouTube embracing VR with 360-degree video Virgin Media and other operators wage war on Pirate Bay proxy websites. Pirate Bay proxy services blocked in UK Social network complies with a Change.org petition that attracted 17k signatures. Facebook sheds 'fat' from 'feelings' list Tech retail store to operate out of Currys PC World on Tottenham Court Road. First Google Shop opens in London Broadband users suspected of piracy could face legal action from a US company. Sky handing over torrent users' details The Prime Minister's proposals to end online encryption are dubbed "infeasible". David Cameron's encryption ban criticised Social network acquires live video streaming app Periscope for a reported $100m. Is Twitter introducing live streaming? Social network faces scrutiny for saying matter can only be dealt with in Californian court. Facebook in legal dispute over vagina art Facebook warns Page admins can expect to see a "small dip" in their number of likes. Facebook Page 'likes' gone down? Here's why The Facebook CEO says there is one simple thing he looks for in prospective employees. How do I get a job with Mark Zuckerberg? A leaked video shows how Cortana will be integrated with Microsoft's new web browser. Internet Explorer successor revealed in leak Videos captures within Twitter can now been shared on other websites. Twitter videos are now embeddable Bradley Horowitz confirms that he'll head up the newly split products, but made no mention of Google+. Google splits Photos and Streams from Google+ Drivers to challenge traffic offences on the government's 'Make A Plea' website. Contest speeding fines online from March Web giant to enforce stricter measures against commercial porn instead. Google reverses Blogger adult content ban Online retailer files patents for a fleet of "mobile manufacturing hubs". Amazon wants to 3D print goods in its vans Researchers in Belgium claim that Facebook is breaking data protection laws. Facebook criticised over privacy policy Customers can pay individuals and small businesses using only their Twitter handle. Barclays bank adding Twitter payments Blogger users can no longer publicly share sexually explicit or nude content. Google restricts adult content on Blogger Web giant groups content from your favourite websites together in 'carousels'. Google improves search on mobile devices